At Last! A Simple Way for You to Take Charge of Your Childs Therapy Program

Help your Non-Verbal Child Learn to Communicate

Hi and welcome!

Since you are here, you have probably heard how I help parents take charge of helping their nonverbal children learn to communicate, by showing them how to create their own personalised therapy plan so they can navigate the therapy support services with confidence.

I am passionate about this because I am a qualified speech pathologist, expereinced in helping nonverbal children learn to communicate.

I have seen first hand how families struggle to make sense of the maze of support services that are available, when all they want is to know what they have to do to help their child reach their full potential.

You see, many of the children’s therapy services that children with disabilities rely on are underfunded and under resourced.

In fact, even when the service has enough money, speech therapists can be incredibly hard to find – especially outside of major capital cities like Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Many services actually have vacant positions for months (if not years!) because they just can’t find a speech therapist to hire!

This means that the essential therapy that your child deserves can be disjointed, poorly coordinated and difficult to navigate. If your local therapy service:

  • Is understaffed
  • Has therapists that only stay for a short time before leaving
  • Offers short stints of therapy and leaves you to continue on at home or
  • Doesn’t offer you the therapy that you know your child needs

There is a chance that your child is missing out on the support that they need to continue to develop their communication.

Your child does not have to be the victim of disjointed therapy services.  Your child can achieve their full potential! 

You CAN take control of your child’s communication development, AND maximise the effectiveness of the communication therapy that your child gets.

And the good news is you don’t need to be a full time carer or learn to be a speech therapist to do it.

Who is this site for?

This site is for any parent (or anyone else) who is raising a child who has difficulties communicating because of their disability including:

  • Cerebral palsy,
  • Autism,
  • Down’s syndrome,
  • Global developmental delay,
  • Intellectual disability or
  • For any other reason that your child cannot communicate effectively

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